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What time is Andy Murray playing at Wimbledon 2022? Next match details

Your complete guide to Andy Murray's next match at Wimbledon 2022, including what time he is playing today.

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Published: Tuesday, 28th June 2022 at 11:35 am
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Andy Murray lives to fight another day at Wimbledon 2022. He made a comfortable advance from the first to the second round against James Duckworth, but how far can he go?

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The 35-year-old lost the first set of his encounter with the Australian, but he didn't allow alarm bells to ring for long before striking back with three sets on the spin.

The two-time champion is a master of digging deep and going beyond what seems physically possible. He will be eager to prove he can still compete at the top of the sport when he faces his next opponent.

Murray's style has always been gritty, steely and determined, and those attributes are needed more than ever given his physical decline over the last few years.

Fans will still turn out in their thousands at home and on Centre Court to soak up his matches, regardless of his opponent. Wimbledon's favourite son has come home.

RadioTimes.com brings you all the details about Andy Murray's next match including what time he is playing and how to watch every moment on TV.

What time is Andy Murray playing at Wimbledon?

All UK time. Subject to change.

Andy Murray plays his next match at Wimbledon 2022 at 4:45pm on Wednesday 29th June 2022.

Check out more details on Murray's next opponent and how to watch live coverage of the match below.

Andy Murray next match

All UK time. Subject to change.

Second round

Wednesday 29th June 2022 – 4:45pm

Andy Murray v John Isner [20]

Isner is a well-known name on the ATP Tour. The 37-year-old is a seasoned veteran with 16 career titles and ranks 21st in the list of all-time prize money earners.

His highest ranking was No.8 in 2018 and resides around No.26 ahead of the tournament. Isner's famous battle with Nicolas Mahut at Wimbledon in 2010 remains the longest match in the history of tennis – a total of 11 hours and five minutes with the final set falling in favour of Isner with 70-68 (games!).

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First round

Monday 27th June 2022

Andy Murray 4-6 6-3 6-2 6-4 James Duckworth

How to watch Andy Murray at Wimbledon

Wimbledon is once again broadcast across BBC platforms throughout the duration of the tournament.

Live matches will air on BBC One, BBC Two and the BBC Red Button. Viewers can also choose up to 18 courts to watch through smart TVs, BBC iPlayer, the BBC Sport website and app.

BBC Radio 5 Live is offering live commentary every day of the competition, while Today at Wimbledon will provide highlights and match analysis nightly on BBC Two.

If you’re looking for something else to watch, check out our TV Guide, or visit our dedicated hub for more Sports news.

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